Campus climate emerged as a pressing issue through the strategic planning process on the Twin Cities campus, and past and current grassroots efforts led by campus groups concerned about the experiences of marginalized groups at the University of Minnesota. President Eric Kaler also identified improving campus climate as a priority in his 2014 State of the University address. On February 5, 2015, an open space event called “Campus Climate: From Conversation to Action” was held. Over 425 faculty, staff, and students came together to collectively forge a path toward an improved campus climate that’s welcoming, inclusive, and respectful for all.
Campus Climate: From Conversation to Action Attendees.
Campus Climate: From Conversation to Action Book of Reports.
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